The Service Learning Faculty Fellows program is a competitive year-long program that has historically run from January to December. We are currently restructuring the program and will provide further details as we are ready to implement.
The Service Learning Faculty Fellows program is a competitive year-long program that runs from January to December.
The fellowship begins with immersion training in mid-January followed by monthly two-hour meetings/workshops during the spring and fall semesters.
Faculty who are accepted must commit to teaching a new or existing modified course with service learning as the pedagogy.
Faculty will receive continued support from the Service Learning program staff, the Service Learning Committee, and other SL Faculty Fellows throughout the fall, in addition to a monetary stipend or contribution to their department. Faculty Fellows are expected to mentor their colleagues in service learning as appropriate in the future.
The Service Learning Faculty Fellows program is open to all faculty on all campuses. Courses may be undergraduate or graduate, domestic or global.
All monthly meetings are held on the third Friday of every month at the determined campus.
Webex will be available to faculty from other campus locations.
Applications for the fellows program are accepted in October.